Report: Three in Four Consumers Use Mobile Devices For Banking

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4:38 PM EDT February 14th, 2013

Prosper Insights & Analytics has released a report showing that 77.1 percent of mobile device users use their smartphones and tablets for mobile banking activities, reports The Paypers.

The report also found that 57.9 percent said they engage in mobile shopping behavior while 44.5 percent claim to pay bills or create shopping lists. Additionally, women are more likely than men to engage in couponing or list-creating activities.

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